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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hargreaves Lansdown Plc LSE:HL. London Ordinary Share GB00B1VZ0M25 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  20.50 1.27% 1,640.50 1,639.00 1,640.00 1,644.00 1,623.00 1,625.50 789,000 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 55.1 378.3 66.1 24.8 7,781

Hargreaves Lansdown Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2020
20:08
I've been seeing these sorts of ads pop up on fb for many months, but they never seem to make their move. Are they struggling to get enough numbers? In answer to a question they confirmed it would be no win no fee, and they'd take 30% of any compensation obtained! "Leigh Day· Are you an investor in Woodford Equity Income Fund? You may be entitled to compensation. Join the Woodford fund claim today"
ochs
01/12/2020
13:16
And lo, the start of the swing up after yesterday's false start (with the wider FTSE down 100+)
imastu pidgitaswell
30/11/2020
13:16
I'm not so sure, do you realise how well off Peter H (in particular) and Steve L already are even before cashing in HL shares? The £ was as low as $1.14 earlier in the year, now approx $1.33 so whilst still historically weak the best time to launch a takeover might have already been missed. Having said that after a no-deal Brexit it might drop back again in 2021.
ochs
30/11/2020
12:09
Actually the take over idea to a large US blackrock or carlyle group makes sense. The pensioners want to retire etc. Pound is cheap and many US private equity firms have been circling uk businesses.
micha14
27/11/2020
08:06
Interesting thought; hadn't actively considered it myself. Hell of a call to make for a US CEO, and it would probably have to be a US outfit to be able to do it - £10bn+? Certainly would be earnings enhancing given valuation differentials between the US and UK markets.
imastu pidgitaswell
26/11/2020
14:58
For some reason I have it in my mind that HL will get taken out....the two old farts that keep offloading their shares...well at their age they probably want to cash out, with their shares and a decent offer could see this being a bolt on for one of the US monster managers, they could take it all up a notch. Take out price 40 pc premium...20 quid a share ish.... I see Lindsell Train still keeping the faith and owning this, their UK growth fund is pretty hopeless (what growth!!) but I reckon they own about 550m quids worth of these...I may be wrong but I have a hunch. I cant see the Woodford legal stuff coming to much, in fact Link could argue they did the holders a favour unloading all Woody’s sxxt before the market tanked haha.
porsche1945
26/11/2020
11:33
Likewise, some more. Very happy at these prices, although as noted a few posts ago, the down swings and upswings do tend to last a while on this one. 'Only' been 8 days on the downswing so far rather then the 12-15 days it tends to last. Odd timings, but it is what it is, we are but mere prawns in the game...😉
imastu pidgitaswell
26/11/2020
10:28
Averaged down a bit, surprised at how poorly these are doing, just being listed on a dog of an index like ftse discounts the price 20pc, brexit mess still maybe not helping, wonder if the market thinks growth is slowing a lot in HL. U.K. looks pretty sick generally, worst affected of all major economies, as usual, politically unstable...Boris bunter won’t survive the spring, maybe all weighing on the price.
porsche1945
25/11/2020
17:33
Will have to be a matter of "show us your cards" and that's fine because earnings must be doing very well!
growthpotential
25/11/2020
13:14
Added. Getting pretty cheap now.
imastu pidgitaswell
20/11/2020
15:08
Because it makes a lot of money and is growing income, profits, earnings and dividends. Post 810 and 885. The outtages were on the busiest day of the year - along with everyone else. So where else would you go? Besides, most of their income isn't to do with extreme short term trading - why build - and pay for - something that the vest of majority of your clients don't need and won't pay for? But it's a free country, please yourself.
imastu pidgitaswell
19/11/2020
22:30
In April 2009, Lansdown sold a stake of 4.7% for a sum of £47.2million to put towards the cost of building Bristol City FC's new football stadium, reducing his stake to 22.9%. so what?? the company went x8 in the next decade
micha14
19/11/2020
21:45
s://www.investegate.co.uk/hargreaves-lansdown--hl--/rns/holding-s--in-company/202011191646089331F/
contrarian joe
19/11/2020
21:37
Cool, I see what you mean :) by fully allocated I mean if you have reached your max limit for number of shares with HL
growthpotential
19/11/2020
20:42
? Not sure what you mean by fully allocated. I have held more before and may well hold more than I do now, if it goes lower, as I will buy more. I don't sell for losses, only profits; my point above was that by timing purchases and sales better than I have done, by recognising that this share usually follows a certain rhythm, I can make larger profits. Possibly - but being me, probably not... It's not one of my main focuses, as it is not as cheap as a lot of things out there - but there is nothing wrong with it; increasing revenue, profits, EPS and dividends. Not too bad in a pandemic...
imastu pidgitaswell
19/11/2020
17:50
How many shares you got and surely fully allocated now like me?
growthpotential
19/11/2020
17:49
Fully allocated on these, can't see it hitting that level. Some investors might tire but it's exactly the time you give in that you miss the next key leg up
growthpotential
19/11/2020
17:02
Well there was a definite absence of buying today, as there often is. Added at the close, and very happy to at these prices and lower if needs be. CMCX results today indicated that raised market participation continues and if anything has strengthened since the second lockdown. More dealing monies, plus the market moving up means more income (percentage of portfolios as fees to HL). I think I probably should adjust the timing of what I do with this. Moves up and down take up to 10 days - or more - generally, unlike for many other shares - see the 3 month candle chart in the header. Best approach is to do far less - just hold on the way up and wait without holding on the way down. I'll probably just ignore that and carry on as have ben doing - the clue is in the name... 🙄
imastu pidgitaswell
19/11/2020
15:51
Looking to add sub £13.50 ......
lomax99
18/11/2020
21:16
Lansdown selling more shares to pay his hookers
growthpotential
18/11/2020
19:17
why is everyone selling today?
jontrader123
18/11/2020
19:09
HL is excellently run, with over half of employees owning stock, its a wonderful business
micha14
18/11/2020
19:07
Valid point regarding tired out old pensioners Landsdown and Hagreaves offloading, they may well get bought out by some large american private equity, blackrock, carlyle et al who can spare 11-12bln, but there will be a tasty premium for exisiting owners. The growth drivers are- growth in AUM growth in equity markets growth in economy growth in product offerings, funds, active cash, pension etc grwoth in tred towards pension saving etc The current valuation albeit 26-27 times cash flow is CHEAP for a company who has the best return on capital of them all. One could worry about AJBELL and etoro etc, but i just think when it comes to money people want the most recognized one. Their customer service is very good
micha14
18/11/2020
17:45
@ccnp You make some valid points, HL is not particularly well run, I moved my accounts from them a few years ago. I am invested because I see them as a trading stock, its high beta, was well up but now at a loss. The positives are, its money for old rope, AUM and choice, the negatives, their funds are utterly dire and run by idiots, there is zero cost dealing competition coming, the Woodford saga and the endless overhang from that Brexit idiot Hargreaves and little Lansdowne every time the share pops a bit they’re looking to unload. What I am hoping for is they sell out in one go to a big institution. I dont see it back at 24 quid but there are catalysts that could drive it to 20.
porsche1945
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